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December 12, 1935

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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. P.AGB ~GH~UJ~ THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL---26th HOLIDAY NUMBER THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12+ the bands until very creamy. Pat Honoy ~ Carmeis: Combine out in a sheet on a buttered plate one cup sugar, one-fourth cup corn and cut in squares. ' syrup, one-third cup canned honey, one-half cup evaporated milk, one. Moclm C~mistmas Creams: Melt half cup cream and two tablespoons two squares of chocolate, add two butter. Cook to 246 degrees, or the eu~ sugar, add three-fourths cup firm ball stage. Add three-fourtlm evaporated milk, one-fourth cup cup o[ blanched almonds cut In very strong coffee and one table. large pieces. Let it get cold, thenI spoon butter. Bring to boiling. Add remove the whole slab of candy to one-eighth teaspoon cream of tar- a board and eut into square~. Wrap,tar. Boil to 234 degrees, being care- In oiled paper if desired. Thla makes iful It "doesn't burn. Cool,, beat until canned pineapple juice, one and one- i that is, season it with salt and pepper, haft cups bottled cranberry Juice and t place It cut side up on a rack in an two tablespoons lemon Juice, and! open roasting pan, and allow it to freeze to a stiff mush. If frozen, bake at a temperature of 300" F. in refrigerator trays, stir often un- until it is done. It require thirty to til mushy: then remove to a cold thirty-five minutes per pound for bowl and beat well. Return to trays/roasting" Au hour or more before and contlnue freez/ng. Serve with serving, combine the pineapple syr+ i the meat course. it pays to read and use the Want Ads. was my Job+ We always had oae. I tn the hardest times "Morn' C01 to manage. Doesn't Christmas get i too, Tim? Haven't you folks where you'd like to see?" "Mehbe. lad+ an' mebl)e I'd be gl der to see them tlhan they me -~ rids town. 'Podl]nk' did "~.oo Saf[ wa~" " 1 --. ".'o. It'S M ,! rP," tnrl f e dsad~1 town--not so h.t +for mlze hut t tJ ~'~t about everything a felh+w needs and the best grid team in the coU~ Gee, Tim ,ou ot,~ht to see theft I kies go after that hall and smsS~ I line--and the crowd roaring like t'1 J rootin~ f~r their te'~m~." The e~ j~ look faded--he rose al,rnptly. J i I "GUf'S I'll be turniw" in. S='e ~] I I later." I I "Sure. lad " Tim i nored the 73 | I ,n the ',+o+ t q I I pine bou+hs und.r that shed 01 there. This drizzle will likely be s~ by mornln'. I've an errand or me o,I I to do, hut I'll be hack in no time ~ I yer rest whilst ve kin.'" ,~,~ I An hour later the hay was awaket~ by a hand